Augusta government may be headed for another spike in COVID-19 cases, with 29 in the first week of January.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers isn’t backing down from plans to demolish the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam. Plaintiffs in the lawsuit – who include the state of South Carolina and city of Augusta – contend the WIIN Act requires the water level behind the lock and dam remain as it was when the act passed.
A new mixed-use apartment complex is headed for the 1100 block of Greene Street.
The coronavirus pandemic was one of the worst things to happen to Richard Green's business.
Resigned to the fact that Columbia County will be leaving the Augusta Judicial Circuit, the Augusta Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to adopt a resolution of support with the requirement Richmond County gets a fifth superior court judge.
With legislation possible within days, Augusta leaders remain largely on the fence about whether to oppose Columbia County's push to leave the Augusta Judicial Circuit, while at least one Augusta Commissioner – Catherine Smith McKnight – opposes the idea.
Fire Department Battalion Chief Patrick Ivey was among the first Augusta firefighters to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
Bar owners forced to close part of last year due to COVID-19 and others hurt by the pandemic are getting a break from the Augusta government.
Augusta’s newest mayor pro tem is Commissioner Bobby Williams, the retired educator first elected in March 2019 to complete the term of Andrew Jefferson after Jefferson’s death.
Mayors came and mayors went, but Emma Fuller stayed on.